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Special Tour:
Venice, Italy

One city : One UNESCO World Heritage Site

Every year I guide closed groups through Venice several times during the Biennale.

The tour themes are adapted to the group participants shortly before.
Always something unusual is involved. Be it in the choice of locations or content.

Independent of the guided tours you can contact me for group or private tours (scroll down for the contact form, please).

For example, I organized special permissions for photographing at the San Michele cemetery (with a small group size).

Already for the second time we found entrance to the normally not accessible island of Lazzaretto Nuovo.

In Venice itself I like to convey the “hidden yet obvious”:
The details in the cityscape that are usually overlooked, that are – if at all – found in only a few travel guides.
Pure city history – often with surprising comparisons to Berlin.

Please note that I have no influence on the participation in the guided tours.
Unfortunately, I cannot help you with any inquiries in this regard.


More guided tours in Venice:

On February 11, 2020:
For my research stay this year I spontaneously set a date for an open tour.

February:
A high chance of atmospheric fog and it is the time of the Venetian carnival!

This is – of course – only of marginal interest to us ūüėČ
Fog is great (especially in Venice).
Carnival can be great (the Venetian one is).
But we dedicate ourselves – as always – to the not so touristic events and places.

As always, I explain very unusual details of the city’s history, coupled with extraordinary, true stories.
Perhaps we will go to an otherwise inaccessible place.

Number of participants: 8-15 persons
Reduced price, since research: ‚ā¨ 30,- p.P.
The tour will be held in English.
If you are seriously interested, please contact me using the form below.
Details of the meeting place will be available a few days before the start, provided that enough people register at short notice.

I am also available for requests for private and group tours, of course.
Contact me via the special page for
Group and special tours
or with pleasure with this form: